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Articles from Sea&Shore (September 22, 2010)

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Title Author Type Words
"Brrrzzzaaappp!". 969
"Tumbleweed". Worley, Emerald Travel narrative 923
"Z-z-z ... Crash!": the world's worst alarm clocks. 865
A Day in the Life of Seaman Timmy. Crews, Ltjg. Arlene Valenzuela 2120
Between the lifelines. McDonald, Ryan E.; Hensell, Dustin G. 649
Decision, permanent disability. Allison, Amber 419
Deckplate dialogue. 382
Foon! 901
Ker-Blammo. 1001
Plight of hand: half the battle with ORM is knowing what type to use and when. When you fail to use in-depth ORM, it can produce a quick, brutally painful lesson in time-critical ORM. Millender, Shawn 771
The parachute is the safe part--the jumper? Maybe not. Anderson, Garrett 629
The worst news you'd ever hear: the Sailor and his six-year-old son in the front seat were pronounced dead at the scene. The three-year-old daughter in the back seat was airlifted to a local hospital with serious injuries. The driver of the tractor-trailer was unhurt. Everyone had been wearing seatbelts. Dray, Dan 666
U-turn into disaster. Dray, Dan 773
Well, it always worked before. Mack, LT John Brief article 348
Who's laughing now? Well, instead of using an empty magazines, he thought it would be OK to put the dummy rounds on top of the two rounds in a magazines. Allison, GySgt. Amber 613
Why I'm typing with one hand and a thumb. Nelson, Derek Editorial 470

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